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Silverstein MicroWick™ Drug Delivery

  • Delivers treatment fluids to the middle ear
  • Patients can continue self-treatment at home
  • Excellent clinical results1
  • Simple office procedure
  • Kit includes:
    • Two pre-cut absorbent wicks
    • One tympanostomy tube

In this procedure, which can be performed in the office, the physician places the wick through a special tympanic membrane vent
tube and directs it to the round window membrane or orifice of the eustachian tube. The wick inserts easily before hydration and
locks securely into place after hydration. With hydration, medication applied to the MicroWick is transported directly to the round
window membrane and to the fluids of the inner ear or the orifice of the eustachian tube.

MicroWick
MicroWick detailed   MicroWick Spec Sheet

Product Number Description Dimensions Unit / Box
OT-1700 MicroWick 9mm x 1mm 1
OT-1720 MicroWick 19mm x 1mm 1

Literature and Support Materials:

1Silverstein, Herbert, MD, FACS, Use of a New Device, the MicroWick, to Deliver Medications to the Inner Ear, ENT Journal, August 1999, Vol. 78 No. 8

Silverstein, H., Light, J.P., Jackson, L., et al., Direct Application of Dexamethasone for the Treatment of Chronic Eustachian Tube
Dysfunction, ENT Journal, January 2003, Vol. 82 No. 1

Silverstein, H., Lewis W.B., Jackson, L., et al., Changing Trends in the Surgical Treatment of Meniere’s Disease: Results of a 10-year Survey, ENT Journal 2002, Vol. 82 No. 3

 

Silverstein, Herbert, MD, FACS, Clinical Use of MicroWick™ Products – CD ROM.

Hill III, S., Digges, N., Silverstein, H., Long-term Follow-up after Gentamicin Application Via the Sliverstein MicroWick in the Treatment of Meniere’s Disease, ENT Journal, August 2006, Vol. 85 No. 8